LOCATION Discovered by the French Archaeological Mission in 1973. The larger fragments lay on the surface between the Southwest Group and the foot of Structure E5-17 on the fifth terrace of the Acropolis. Smaller fragments were found in excavations made in the west and central platforms of the Southwest Group. Now preserved in the Tonina Museum, still in several pieces.
CONDITION Twenty-four pieces were recovered and reassembled by the French Mission. The statue is headless and shows many losses elsewhere. Most of the surface is badly eroded.
MATERIAL Yellow sandstone.
SHAPE A standing human figure carved in the round.
CARVED AREAS Carved in the round.
DRAWINGS Graham, based on Graham's field drawing of the lower portion and stereophotographs of the front.